the Autumn Electric / Comments

Rock of Ages
Rock of Ages  (almost 3 years ago)
Heard you here on Tastemaker and instantly became a fan. We hit up your other social media sites as well. Thanks for the great music!
The Paragon Project
The Paragon Project  (about 3 years ago)
You guys sound amazing, and we're so excited you're going to be in Knoxville soon, expect to see us there!
Stuart  (over 3 years ago)
Good job keep it up! I really like your music especially "The Funeral Of Grimaldi" check out my music I hope you find something you like I think "Mama The Carnival" is a track for you
CHRISTMAS FROGS  (over 4 years ago)
Usually I know just who a band sounds like, but on top of your tight and deceptively plain instrumentation dances shimmering vocals the likes of which I can't pin down. Impressive.
Control Boys
Control Boys  (almost 5 years ago)
Great tracks....and thank you for stopping by our page.
Jai Colvin
Jai Colvin  (almost 5 years ago)
Autumn Electric – On the Road to Making Music History As a writer I am always looking for music that will spark inspiration when I need it most. Recently a friend suggested I give Autumn Electric’s “Make Me a Tree” album and I have to admit I was impressed. The album is a collection of songs that obviously were written with aspiration of making their mark on the world of music. Released June 28, 2012, this album offers the listener a song writer who is as apt in vocals as he is guitar and flute. Lead vocalist Michael Trew leads a band of talented and determined musicians on the album including Naomi Smith who commands the piano, synths and melodia as she supports Trew with backup vocals. Percussion specialist Daniel Desrosiers sets the beat of the band along with lead guitarist Barton McGuire who also specializes in the saw, accordion and harmonica which lends to an undercurrent of folk sounds that can be heard in strains of the song “Spaghetti Western”. The group is rounded out by Johnny Unicorn who serves as producer, engineer and lead bass. Special guest Lauren Zeck added string arrangements on the album. This album is a strong showing for this talent group of Washington artists. “Make Me a Tree” was introduced at a tour in early Feb 2013, where this talented band dedicated most of the proceeds from their shows to benefit Grief Recovery Centers. Shows benefited causes such as The Dougy Center in Portland, and the Sacred Heart Hospice in Eugene. Currently the band is working on their next album while continuing to promote their early work. Autumn Electric currently includes Michael Trew, Naomi Smith along with Max Stiener on Lead Guitar and Bass, and Chris Barrios on Drums. If you would like to sample or purchase “Make Me a Tree” visit http://autumnelectric.bandcamp.com/. More information about Autumn Electric can be found on their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/theautumnelectric or by viewing an interview at www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_TZGfSjdcg.
Skarred Kage
Skarred Kage  (about 5 years ago)
Lovin what you're doing here! If you have time listen to my music and fan me back. Thanks! Alex Skarred Kage
The Vent
The Vent  (over 5 years ago)
Nice tunes you have here. very addictive. Have a great one! Cheers from Denmark. Rasmus Goth, The Vent.
Rapt In Awe
Rapt In Awe  (over 5 years ago)
Great tunes!
Ready to Start
Ready to Start  (over 5 years ago)
hoping you have a great week! start it off right! love your tunes and image, really is great, Cheers~XD